Monday, July 13, 2009

Maitreya and other "Players" in New Age Religion.

These things have I spoken unto you,
that ye should not be offended. They
shall put you out of the synagogues: yea,
the time cometh, that whosoever killeth
you will think that he doeth God service.
And these things will they do unto
you, because they have not known the
Father, nor me. But these things have I
told you, that when the time shall come,
ye may remember that I told you of
(John 16:1–4)

I am come in my Father’s name, and ye
receive me not: if another shall come in his
own name, him ye will receive.

(John 5:43)

There is come upon the earth a self-proclaimed Christ figure called Maitreya. He flew down from the mountains so as to fulfil the prophecy of appearing in the heavens. In February of 1982, Wayne Peterson was watching Merv Griffin on television when Merv introduced a new book and its author, The Reappearance of the Christ and The Masters of Wisdom, by Benjamin Creme. This is a paraphrase of Creme speaking to Griffin:

During this discussion, Creme said that
the one Christians call the Christ had re-
appeared and was living in a major industrial
city in the Western world. This
time his name was Maitreya and he was
bringing with him a large group of his
disciples, highly advanced, spiritual
men called the Masters of Wisdom. He
said we could expect to hear more about
Maitreya on local and international
news programs very soon.
Maitreya’s purpose, Creme indicated,
was to help us realize our innate divinity
through learning to live in right relationship
as brothers and sisters of one
great family. The first step was to establish
sharing as the way to eliminate the
poverty and starvation that caused millions
around the world to die daily in
the midst of plenty. Maitreya was
emerging in time to help us save ourselves
and the planet, and would make
himself known to all in a televised ‘Day
of Declaration’ soon to come.

He ordered Creme's book, read it, and came to believe that his "Masters of Wisdom" were what we commonly call angels and that they were here to herald the coming of their Christ...Maitreya. He also claimed that as a child he had been visited by Mary, the mother of Jesus, who, during a time of grave illness, said to him in a dream, " I am going to tell you a secret that few now know. If you stay with your family, you will see the Christ because he will come to live with the people of the world." Now, with the appearance of Maitreya, Peterson began to believe this dream to be prophecy.

As I read Creme’s book, I learned more
about the Christ, or World Teacher,
whose personal name is Maitreya. He
is the one awaited by all the major religions
albeit unknown to them. The
Christians wait for the return of the
Christ, Buddhists for the next Buddha,
Muslims for the Imam Mahdi, Hindus
for a reincarnation of Krishna, and the
Jews for the Messiah. These are all different
names for one individual,
Maitreya, who is here not as a religious
leader but as a teacher for all humanity.

Benjamin Creme, in The Reappearance
of the Christ and the Masters of Wisdom, said:
In the esoteric tradition, the Christ is not
the name of an individual but of an Office
in the Hierarchy. The present holder
of that Office, the Lord Maitreya, has
held it for 2,600 years, and manifested
in Palestine through His Disciple, Jesus,
by the occult method of overshadowing,
the most frequent form used for the
manifestation of Avatars. He has never
left the world, but for 2,000 years has
waited and planned for this immediate
future time, training His Disciples, and
preparing Himself for the awesome task
which awaits Him. He has made it
known that this time, He Himself will

Soon after reading about Maitreya, Peterson was given the opportunity to meet with Benjamin Creme and Maitreya in person in Washington, D.C.. During this visit, Peterson was invited to join a "Transmission Meditation" that he describes as:

Called Transmission Meditation, it was
a service activity in which energy from
the Masters was ‘stepped down’ by the
meditators and made available to the
world. In the process the meditators’
own spiritual development was enhanced
manifold. I understood that it
was another way to help Maitreya and
the Masters emerge as soon as possible.

If this has peaked your interest, you should definitely read Warren Smith's book, "Reinventing Jesus Christ." You can access the pdf file by clicking on the title to this article. Most of what I have written comes directly from his text in chapter 4 titled, "Wayne Peterson and Maitreya." The chapter goes on to tell how Maitreya and his Masters of Wisdom have channeled their powers through such leaders as Mikhail Gorbachev and many of our nations most prestigious senators and congressmen. He explains how just being in the presence of Maitreya one can feel his spiritual energy surging into your body. To me, this makes perfect sense. If indeed Maitreya is the Antichrist of biblical prophecy, he would have extremely strong spiritual powers...after all, he is a demon of the highest order. Not only good angels have masterful spiritual powers. The fallen angels of Satan also have these Peterson goes on to explain:

As we stood there with spiritual energy
flowing freely, I told Maitreya that, if
people could experience this energy,
they would discard all their earthly notions
of ‘paradise'.
Gradually over
time he was able to meet others in positions
of responsibility who had met privately
with Maitreya and the Masters of Wisdom
and were now actively working with them.

What I did not initially know was that
many of my colleagues in government
and diplomatic circles had had similar
experiences and had also been contacted
by members of a group of extraordinary
beings, who might be called the elder
brothers of humanity, custodians of the
Divine Plan for our evolution. World
leaders who are household names have
privately confirmed their knowledge of
and cooperation with this unfolding

This "unfolding plan" that Peterson speaks of is the same plan that Jesus Christ warned us about in the Bible. Time and time again, Jesus spoke of our adversary and how he would come 'as a thief in the night' and that we must be constantly on the defense against false prophets. However, our churches seem to be more concerned about "Revival" and "New Spirituality" and a renewed interest by the public in a new form of religion. Our church leaders have been lulled into a false sense of security by larger and larger numbers of people coming to hear the gospel and "The Good News". The problem is that "The Good News" is not gospel. It is not even close to the spoken Word of God found in biblical Scripture.

As you will find out if you continue to read my articles, Maitreya and his following are not about Jesus Christ whatsoever. As a matter of fact, Maitreya claims that "...Christ is not a person, it is an office...a position held by the man called Jesus whom I shadowed during his lifetime." He claims to be the true Christ. Sound outlandish? Even scary? Well, grab your shirttails because he has millions of followers...many of which are very influential and famous including...are you ready for this...Oprah Winfrey.

Some of the other players and their books are: Alice A. Bailey, "The Reappearance of the Christ" and other books; Benjamin Creme, "The Reappearance of the Christ and The Masters Of Wisdom" and other books; Wayne W. Dyer, "There's a Spiritual Solotion to Every Problem"; Barbara Marx Hubbard author of many books; Neale Donald Walsch, "Conversations With God: an uncommon dialogue, books I, II, III"; Gerald Jampolsky, "Love is Letting Go of Fear"; and, of course, Wayne Peterson, "Extroardinary Times, Extroadinary Beings: Experiences of an American Diplomat with Maitreya and the Masters of Wisdom." Many of these authors and their books have been endorsed by Oprah Winfrey on her show. If you watch Oprah, you are undoubtedly familiar with their names. However, you may not be familiar with their agenda.

In the weeks to come, I will try to introduce each one of these players individually and allow you to see their true colors. They all have the same bring about "Oneness" of all people on earth, to engage "Atonement" , which is really pronounced "at-one-ment", to bring about world peace (a pre-cursor to Revelations), and to make us understand that we all have God in us and therefore are all gods (Oneness and at-one-ment concept) and have no need of redemption of sin. What a wonderful sin, no guilt, no need to change...all we have to do is admit our "Oneness" with God and all is good. The perfect solution to a "hurry-up" world's understanding of Christianity. An "easy to do", "in and out quickly", "one stop" cure to sin. And, after all, if Oprah endorses it (and she does), how could it possibly be wrong?

What would you say if a person came before you and you immediately felt his supernatural spirituality surge through you and he said he could cure cancer and other diseases (of course Satan can cure these because he made them and, as I will show you later, he is already doing this in hospitals today), could bring about world peace (he creates the atmosphere for war and quit at any time), and could absolve you of all culpability of past iniquities if you simply admit you are at one with him and God? Would you follow such a person? Would you call him Christ?

I will leave you with this by Warren Smith as he sums up what is happening in our world today, quite clearly, in his book, "Reinventing Jesus Christ":

And the Lord is saying the same thing
now to those in the Church who refuse to
see what is going on in the world today.
God is not in the process of giving the
Church “new revelation” that will supercede
what He has already given us in His
holy Word. He is not in the process of bringing
a “new thing” into the Church. He is
not in the process of taking His Church to a
“new place” or to a “new dimension” or to
a “new level.” He is not in the process of
bringing in a “new dispensation.” And He
most certainly is not in the process of introducing
a “new gospel” that contradicts in
word and spirit everything He has ever
taught us about our life in Christ. No, these
are the plans of antichrist, and the Church
had better beware.

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